Health news. 1915-16

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New York State Department of Health, 1915
 

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Contents

New Serie Vol X No 9 ALBANY SEPTEMBER 1915 Full Seriea Vol XXXI No
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New Sena Vol X No 10 ALBANY OCTOBER 1915 Full Seriea Vol XXXI No
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New Seriea Vol X No 11 ALBANY NOVEMBER 1915 Full Sena Vol XXXL No
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New Serie Vol X No 12 ALBANY DECEMBER 1915 Full Serie Vol XXXI N
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June Summer Care of Babies
14
September Medical School Inspection and What It Means
20
December Prevention of Tuberculosis
26
Reports of Divisions
66
Cultivating Trees and Children
71
Division of Publicity and Education
78
Stony Wold Sanatorium
88
Reports of Divisions
98
Entered u Seconddan Mattel Match 20 1914
100
The Foundation of Modern Medicine
131
TABLE OF CONTENTS
167
Wash Your Hands Helen Johnston
173
Serum Diagnosis of Venereal Diseases
179
Progress in Registration
187
Reports of Divisions
194
The FilthFly and Its Control
197
The Mode of Infection and Etiology of Epidemic Poliomyelitis Simon Flexner
205
Plans for the Rochester Health Conference
212
Vital Statistics for May 1915
220
Health on the Farm
227
Disposal of Human Excreta and Sewage of the Country Home Theodore
233
The Extermination of the Mosquito Alvah H Doty M D
240
Issued by
245
Medical Examiner in Hygiene and Sanitation
246
Reports of Divisions
254
Shall We Control Communicable Disease?
257
Division of Publicity and Education
260
A Milkborne Outbreak of Scarlet Fever in Dutchess County F M
265
The Next Step in Saving Babies from Blindness Carolyn C Van Blarcom
271
Resignation of a Health Officer under Charges
277
Vital Statistics for July 1915
285
The Rochester Meetings
287
Address of Welcome to the Health Officers of the State of New York
299
How Painless and Hidden Mouth Infections Shorten Human Life Thomas
306
News from the Field
314
Reports of Divisions 200
324
Diphtheria Should be Controlled
327
The Disposal of Human Excreta and Sewage of the Country Home Part II
333
Results of the 1915 Infant Welfare Campaign Henry L K Shaw M D
340
Vital Statistics for September 1915
354
Trench Warfare Against Tuberculosis
357
Tropical Sanitation in Its Relation to General Sanitation W C Gorgas
365
Entered u Seconddaia Matter March 20 1914
52
The Unsolved Mystery 55
55
The Need of Better Education in the Early Recognition of Cancer John A Hart
63
The Laboratory Diagnosis of Cancer Harvey R Gaylord M D 72
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76
Your Duty Toward Your Neighbor 79
77
The Present Status of the County Tuberculosis Hospital 86
84
State Department of Healths Report of Results of the LifeSaving Campaign
92
Entered aa Second Clan Matter March 20 1914
100
A Difficult Problem in Public Health Work 103
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Issued by
108
Medical Inspection in Schools an Educational Problem William A Howe
109
The Prevention of Blindness 116
116
Reports of Divisions 122
122
Entered u Secondclass Malta March 20 1914
124
Public Health Nursing 127
127
The Public Health Nurse and the Promotion of Child Hygiene Henry L
133
Issued by
139
The Public Health Nurse and the Well Theodore Horton C E 140
140
Reports of Divisions 146
146
Division of Public Health Education
148
Laboratories of the State Department of Health Augustus B Wadsworth
152
The Laboratory Service of the State of New York Augustus B Wadsworth
159
Syracuse City Laboratory
165
Issued by
167
lulled by
173
The Treatment of Infantile Paralysis Robert W Lovett M D 187
187
List of Cases of Infantile Paralysis in New York State Exclusive of New York
194
Reports of Divisions 202
202
Division of Public Health Education
204
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207
Review of Infantile Paralysis in New York State Exclusive of New York City
213
Emergency Hospital Provision for Cases of Infantile Paralysis C Josephine
224
Example of Cost of Construction and Equipment
238
Division of Public Health Education
244
The Future 247
247
A Method for the Control of Communicable Diseases in Schools John A Smith
258
Tenement Houses on Farms in the State of New York C Josephine Durkee 270
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Entered u Second Clui Mallei March 20 1914
276
Vision 279
279
The Quarantine Control of Contacts Paul B Brooks M D 289
289
Public Health Nursing and Its Influence on Public Health C Josephine Durkee 296
296
When the Referendum has been carried 303
301
Reporting Tuberculosis Special Notice to Physicians and Health Officers 310
310
Tuberculosis in New York State 321
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Page 22 - We strongly emphasize the necessity and importance of combining the fight against tuberculosis with the struggle against alcoholism.
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Page 148 - There is nothing in any fact alleged in the amended complaint which would justify the claim that the purchase of a new site and the erection of a new schoolhouse would result in the sale or abandonment of the one already maintained.
Page 106 - When no physician is in attendance it shall be the duty of the head of...
Page 197 - Flies swarmed over infected fecal matter in the pits and then visited and fed upon the food prepared for the soldiers at the mess tents. In some instances where lime had recently been sprinkled over the contents of the pits, flies with their feet whitened with lime were seen walking over the food.
Page 23 - RED o'er the forest peers the setting sun. The line of yellow light dies fast away That crowned the eastern copse : and chill and dun Falls on the moor the brief November day.
Page 246 - RULE 6. Every outside case shall bear at least four handles, and when over 5 feet 6 inches in length shall bear six handles. RULE 7. An approved disinfectant fluid shall contain not less than 5 per cent, of formaldehyde gas. The term "embalming...

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